The holiday season was an excited, hurried blur. I loved it but it whizzed by so fast and I feel like my feet never quite touched the ground. I had three New Year's Eve appetizer recipes developed, cooked, and photographed, but I never had time to get them up on the blog!
Before I charge ahead into another busy year I want to stop and reflect a bit on things. Mostly I want to say how grateful I feel for being able to do what I love to do - to cook, photograph food, write about food, and engage with people about food. Thank you for visiting Panning The Globe this past year and for your thoughtful comments. A food blog isn't complete without comments from people who've tried the recipes. And because I love (live!) to make people happy with food, when I hear that you enjoyed a recipe, it's like cooking for friends and hearing their happy “mmms” and “yummmms” after they take a bite - the best!
I've got lots of great new recipes to share in 2015, but first here's a little look back at the recipes on this site that drummed up the most excitement and enthusiasm this past year. Below you'll see photos with links to Panning The Globe's top 10 recipes of 2014.
Here's to a happy healthy 2015!
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That chicken from Trinidad was AMAZING...I'm surprised it didn't make the top 10 list.
Barbara, is it the Jamaican chicken stew with rum and mango that you think is amazing?
Thanks for the wonderful recipies and a happy healthy New Year to you and yours!
Carol at Wild Goose Tea
You have THE BEST list of top recipes of any as far as I am concerned. All of them
are beyond delicious. I love your blog and enjoy it immensely!!! I look forward to reading it in 2015.
Thank you so much Carol! You are very kind!! Cheers to some great cooking in 2015! ~ Lisa
i made the kale soup and it was delish as was the chicken in
adobo. The Greek lemons soup was also TASTY. I wasn't home when Gordon made the salmon
Bowl but it got fabulous reviews!!
Thanks Margaret! I'm really glad you and the family have enjoyed all these dishes!! Happy New Year! 🙂
Thank you so much for your refreshingly varied recipes.. From a chance introduction
this past summer I have come to rely on your Portuguese Kale soup as a necessary
part of my diet and take delight in many of the other cookery scenes. Happy New Year,
Thanks Carroll! Happy New Year!!
Rachel (Rachel's Kitchen NZ)
You sure dished us up some good dishes in 2014 - Lisa - thanks.
I'm getting into cast iron cooking and would really like to see a lot of different recipes and types of cast iron pieces used. Lodge Cast Iron puts out a book that shows different pieces and recipes, but being new to it I don't trust my own cooking abilities. LOL